When the researchers adjusted various factors (such as chronic conditions, age, gender, income etc.) they found the following drop in mortality risk (compared to those who didn’t exercise at all). 15% lower risk for those who did 1 hour of moderate to vigorous cardio per week. 27% lower risk for those who did 3 hours of cardio per week. 40% lower risk for those who also did 1–2 strength workouts per week. Data scientist and coauthor of the study Carver Coleman states that just the leap from not exercising to exercising was equivalent to “smoking versus not smoking.”
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